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Pretend It's Love by Stefanie London

Pretend It's love

Stefanie London

Reviewed by Helen


Pretend It's Love by Stefanie London


This is one of those stories that you will pick up fall into and not want to put down till you get to the end and then still want more I loved this one as I did the first one in The Behind The Bar series.

Paul Chapman is a bartender working in his brother's bar and restaurant First he is known for having lots of flings and nothing permanent but there is a reason that Paul has decided to be this way even though the pressure from his family especially his mother and the fact that his brother Des is just about to marry is to find the right girl and settle down but he is fun loving always smiling on the outside and enjoying life and the drinks he mixes but then in walks Libby Harris and things could very well change.

Libby Harris has walked out on her studies to start her own business making fancy drinks she has always tried so hard to win the love and respect of her father and she is hoping that this will do the trick but her business plans are getting a bit shaky at the moment so she needs all the help she can get and when she meets gorgeous hunky bartender Paul at First bar and restaurant and he agrees to help her this will change her life.

This is a very sensual emotional and heart-warming story where both Paul and Libby decide on a fake relationship to help each other out with rules that are made for breaking but this brings them so much closer to each other and then they open up to each other and help and support each so much and through a few ups and downs on a beautiful journey to a HEA learn to love in such a passionate way that you will be cheering them on and smiling with tears here and there. Of course catching up with Des and Grace from the first story was so good and learning more about The Chapman family. MS London knows how to bring the characters to life on the pages and make you feel like you are in the bar tasting those cocktails, this is a story that I highly recommend and I do look forward to Noah's story fingers crossed.


5/5 Stars for a fabulous read September 2015 release Entangled:Lovestruck